Love insurance

2017-02-13
“What some people miss is that life insurance is really love insurance — by having sufficient insurance, they're safeguarding the future of the ones they love.” “What some people miss is that life insurance is really love insurance — by having sufficient insurance, they're safeguarding the future of the ones they love.”

Valentine’s Day means different things to different people

But ultimately it's about Love

For many Valentine’s Day is a simple reminder of who we love and care for - partners, children, cherished friends and mates that would do anything for you - they all matter and all help make up the different parts of our life.

Regardless of your thoughts about Valentine’s Day, having a reminder to talk more about what matters most is never a bad thing.

Love is a powerful motivation

The #1 Reason people buy life insurance is because they love someone and want to make sure they’d be protected financially if something happened to them.

Buying life insurance may not exactly sound particularly romantic, but when you think about it, it’s an incredibly loving gesture. It’s telling the people who mean the most to you that you want to continue providing for them even if something unexpected happens and you’re gone.

We're all a role model to someoneAt its best, Valentine’s Day is a reminder to recognise the many loves in your life.

How you enjoy that and whether you wish to express that, well that’s your choice, and that’s part of the fun of being loved.

This February 14th - whoever is family for you - take a moment to appreciate your part in another’s life and that we’ll all a role model to somebody.

Life insurance – it's more Love Insurance.

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Contact us today to see if we can help you protect the ones you love.

Drew Browne

Drew specialises in helping people protect and provide for what matters most in their lives. He's an award-winning writer, speaker, financial adviser and business strategy mentor. His company Sapience Financial and Investment Services is committed to using business solutions for good in the community, and in 2015 certified as a B Corp. In 2017 Drew was recognised in the inaugural Australian Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow national awards. Drew writes for successful Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs at Smallville, his blogs can be read on Amazon.com and you can connect with him on LinkedIn.

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Drew Browne

Sapience Founder & Director.
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